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Collaborative Water Program students learn interdisciplinary concepts on Grand River Watershed field course

Monday, September 12, 2016

cwp students in river

This past week, WATER 602 (Integrated Water Project) students — a group of almost 50 graduate students — explored the Grand River watershed, examining landscapes, infrastructure and conditions from an interdisciplinary perspective.

This is the fourth year the fall course has ran and it is a required component of the Collaborative Water Program. Students in this program are both master's and doctoral students, representing five of the six University of Waterloo faculties.

Field course Twitter photo re-cap

Below is a chronological collection of tweets shared by participating students, showing some highlights of their week-long field course.

 

 

 

 

 

Learn more about the Collaborative Water Program